• Çaldıran Işık, M. Ece - Hasselin Rous, Isabelle - Kongaz, Gülcan - Musées archéologiques d’Istanbul catalogue des figurines en terre cuite grecques et romaines de Smyrne / İstanbul arkeoloji̇ müzeleri̇ Yunan-Roma dönemi̇ pi̇şmi̇ş toprak Smyrna fi̇güri̇nleri̇ kataloğu. Varia Anatolica XXIX

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    Isabelle Hasselin-Rous, M. Ece Çaldıran Işık, Gülcan Kongaz, Musées archéologiques d’Istanbul. Catalogue des figurines en terre cuite grecques et romaines de Smyrne, Varia Anatolica XXIX, éditions De Boccard, 2015, 238 p. (50 €. ISBN 978-2-36245-058-7)

    Un peu plus d’un siècle après la publication en français par Gustave Mendel de l’ensemble des figurines en terre cuite grecques des Musées archéologiques d’Istanbul, voici une nouvelle édition bilingue franco-turque d’une partie de la collection du musée stambouliote, consacrée exclusivement au corpus des belles terres cuites de Smyrne (actuelle ville d’Izmir en Turquie. Fruit d’une collaboration entre les Musées archéologiques d’Istanbul et le Musée du Louvre, le catalogue offre une étude réactualisée de la collection stambouliote au regard des dernières recherches menées sur la coroplathie smyrniote par la spécialiste du domaine, I. Hasselin Rous.

  • O. Henry - 4th Century Karia. Defining a Karian identity under the Hekatomnids Varia Anatolica XXVIII

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    Olivier Henry (ed.) 4th Century Karia. Defining a Karian identity under the Hekatomnids, Varia Anatolica XXVIII, Istanbul, Paris, IFEA - De Boccard 2013 ISBN 978-2-36245-008-2

    The origins, identity and political behaviors of the Karians remain the subject of intense discussion among specialists. The political organization of Western Asia Minor during the 4th century BC offers an opportunity to explore such questions; it was during this period that local dynasts, the Hekatomnids, reached a position of authority in the region that allowed them to fully express their political ambitions and to promote their own material culture.

    Analyses of various aspects of this material culture have led scholars to describe the Hekatomnids in very different ways. They have been portrayed both as Persian dynasts and Proto-Hellenistic Kings, although they were neither Greek nor Persian. This ambiguity is the result of attempts to approach the cultural identity of 4th century Karia in the light of the cultural power of its neighbors, rather than as the result of an intricate process of cultural interaction that included both local traditions and foreign borrowings.

    Hekatomnid Karia is representative of the complex phenomenon of hybrid cultures that would later flourish in the Hellenistic World. Gathering specialists on Karian research, each offering a different approach, this book aims to cover a wide number of sources, from archaeological to geographical and historical. The collection of essays provides an interdisciplinary perspective, intended to revitalize discussions of the cultural dynamics relevant to 4th century Karia.

  • C. Marro - After the Ubaid. Interpreting changes from the Caucasus to Mesopotamia at the dawn of urban civilization (4500-3500BC) Varia Anatolica XXVII

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    Catherine Marro (dir.), After the Ubaid. Interpreting changes from the Caucasus to Mesopotamia at the dawn of urban civilization (4500-3500BC). Papers from The Post-Ubaid Horizon in the Fertile Crescent and Beyond, International Workshop held at Fosseuse, 29th June-1st July 2009, Istanbul, Paris, IFEA - De Boccard 2012 ISBN 9-782362-450075

    The time period between the end of the Ubaid and the beginning of the Uruk expansion is one of the least known, yet most important eras in the ancient history of the Middle East. This era, which is often referred to as the "Post-Ubaid" period, is marked by major structural changes such as the rise of social hierarchies, technological innovations and economic reorganisation, which eventually led to the emergence of proto-states and cities. The recent finding of "Post-Ubaid-related" sites in regions deemed to be located far beyond the Ubaid purview, such as Cilicia, Cappadocia or the south Caucasus, has added another dimension to this picture: these sites suggest that the organic relationships more or less implicitly established between the "Post-Ubaid horizon" and the Ubaid world may in fact be much weaker than once thought. Through a systematic review of contemporary artefacts retrieved from recent and less recent excavations in the south Caucasus, eastern Anatolia and the Fertile Crescent, this book is an attempt to assess the available data from a broader, that is not Mesopotamian-specific, perspective.

  • Catherine Abadie-Reynal et Rıfat Ergeç (eds.) - Zeugma I - Fouilles de l'habitat (1) : La mosaïque de Pasiphae Varia Anatolica XXVI

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    Catherine Abadie-Reynal et Rıfat Ergeç (eds.), Zeugma I - Fouilles de l'habitat (1) : La mosaïque de Pasiphae, Varia Anatolica XXVI, Istanbul, Paris, IFEA - De Boccard, 2012 342p., 1 plan hors texte ISBN 978-2-36245-004-4

  • Deniz Beyazıt (ed.) At the crossroads of empires: 14th-15th century Eastern Anatolia Varia Anatolica XXV

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    Deniz Beyazıt (ed.) At the crossroads of empires: 14th-15th century Eastern Anatolia, Varia Anatolica XXV, Istanbul, Paris, IFEA - De Boccard, 2012 238p. ISBN 978-2-36245-002-0

  • Bérengère Perello - L'architecture domestique de l'Anatolie au IIIe millénaire av. J.-C. Varia Anatolica XXIV

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    Bérengère Perello L'architecture domestique de l'Anatolie au IIIe millénaire av. J.-C., Varia Anatolica XXIV, Istanbul, Paris, IFEA - De Boccard, 2011 484p. ISBN 978-2-36245-001-3

  • Varia Anatolica - XXIII

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    Edhem Eldem, Le voyage à Nemrud Dağı d'Osman Hamdi Bey et Osgan Efendi (1883). Récit de voyage et photographies annotés,
    Varia Anatolica XXIII, Istanbul-Paris, De Boccard, 2010

    En 1883, Osman Hamdi Bey et Osgan Efendi publiaient Le tumulus de Nemroud-Dagh. Voyage, description, inscriptions avec plans et photographies, qui rendait compte de leur expédition au tumulus d’Antiochus Ier de Commagène

  • Varia Anatolica - XXII

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    Dominique Kassab Tezgör, Les fouilles et le matériel de l'atelier amphorique de Demirci près de Sinope, Varia Anatolica XXII, Istanbul-Paris, De Boccard, 2010

    L’atelier implanté dans la baie de Demirci, à 15 kilomètres au sud de Sinope, a été fouillé entre 1994 et 2000. Les monnaies et les fragments de sigillées présents dans le matériel mis au jour ont permis de dater l’activité des zones fouillées entre le IVe s. et le VIe ou le début du VIIe s. ap. J.-C.

  • Varia Anatolica - XXI

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    D. Kassab Tezgör et N. Inaishvili (éd.), Production and Trade of Amphorae in the Black Sea, PATABS I, Batoumi-Trabzon 2006, Varia Anatolica XXI, Istanbul-Paris, De Boccard, 2010

    Les études consacrées aux amphores produites en mer Noire, à leurs exportations et aux importations faites dans cette région, connaissent un essort rapide. La Table Ronde internationale PATABS I : PRODUCTION AND TRADE OF AMPHORAE IN THE BLACK SEA, a été organisée du 27 au 29 avril 2006 à Batoumi et à Trabzon dans le but de faire un état des avancées récentes dans ce domaine.

  • Varia Anatolica - XX

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    Patrice Pomey (dir.) Transferts technologiques en architecture navale méditerranéenne de l'Antiquité aux temps modernes : identité technique et identité culturelle. Actes de la Table Ronde d'Istanbul 19-22 mai 2007. Programme Européen RAMSES². Axe thématique n°3 : "Échanges. La Méditerranée en partage" WPS 3.2 : "La circulation des modèles technologiques", Varia Anatolica XX, Istanbul-Paris, De Boccard, 2007

    Les transferts technologiques sont aujourd’hui au cœur des préoccupations et des échanges du monde moderne. Mais la circulation des modèles technologiques remonte à la nuit des temps et a existé dès l’apparition des premiers instruments techniques.

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